In May alone, Lenovo introduced several new notebooks, including the mighty ThinkPad X13 G3. Now another laptop is following with the Lenovo ThinkBook 16P NX which is the successor to the popular 16P Gen 2. With this new Lenovo ThinkBook series, manufacturers are mainly focused on improving the details. The build height is reduced to 17.7 mm compared to its predecessor and it weighs 1.9 kg.
While the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 still runs at 16P Gen 2, Lenovo is equipping the new edition with a more economical graphics chip. This new notebook is offered in three variants, with a maximum of RTX 3050 Ti. There are also models with GeForce GTX 1650 or GeForce RTX 3050. There are also differences in terms of CPU, where Lenovo relies on the AMD 6000H series in each case.
Available here AMD Ryzen 5 6600H with six cores and 12 threads or AMD Ryzen 7 6800H with eight cores and 16 threads. Combined with a 75 Wh battery and a frugal AMD CPU, the new ThinkBook should be able to convince on battery life. In local 1080p video playback at 150 nits brightness, all models should last up to 16.7 hours.
Lenovo ThinkBook 16P NX Tampilan Display and Features
Working memory, on the other hand, is limited to 16 GB of RAM type LPDDR5-6400. It is soldered to the motherboard and cannot be swapped or expanded. In addition, there is a choice of a 512GB or 1TB M.2 2280 SSD that already supports PCIe 4.0×4 NVMe.
Basically, all three Lenovo ThinkBook 16P NX variants use the screen WQXGA 16 inch matte with a resolution of 2660 x 1600 pixels. It has an aspect ratio of 16:10 and a maximum brightness of 350 nits. The sRGB color space is completely closed. Other features include two 2-watt stereo speakers with support Dolby Atmos and Full HD webcam with privacy shutter, equipped with IR camera for login.
It is not yet known when the Lenovo ThinkBook 16P NX will be released, as is the price of the notebook variant. So far, only the datasheets of the three models are available, which you can get directly from the manufacturer. So, for more details, wait for more news from us.